Saskatchewan WHMIS Certificate

Saskatchewan WHMIS classifications of symbols, hazards and labelling are consistent with the other provinces and territories in Canada. For more information about Generic Canadian Rules and Regulations - CLICK HERE.

Local legislation and regulation in Saskatchewan for the implementation and enforcement of WHMIS is covered in the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) Regulations, 1996, Part 22 (XXII).

Do my employees in Saskatchewan need WHMIS Training?

Yes WHMIS training is required for your Saskatchewan employees. CLICK HERE for more information about Canadian WHMIS legislation.

How often do my Saskatchewan employees need WHMIS training?

The frequency question is under provincial jurisdiction and currently Saskatchewan does not specify a frequency for WHMIS training for workers in this province. Because it is a requirement for employers to ensure workers are WHMIS trained and knowledgeable, it is becoming a common practice for employers to train annually and retrain as required to ensure compliance with WHMIS regulations.

Do Saskatchewan workers need a WHMIS Certificate?

Saskatchewan workers don't currently need to have a WHMIS Certificate by law, but it can be proof of being WHMIS trained by an employer of job site supervisor. For more information CLICK HERE.

Local Saskatchewan WHMIS Requirements

Detailed information about local Saskatchewan WHMIS rules is available on the Saskatchewan Labour Relations and Workplace Safety site,